“Engine Clinic” columnist Clarence Lee shares news about this intriguing new powerplant in his upcoming column; here’s a sneak peek! During and following WW II, I spent seven and a half years as an Army Air Corps/Force pilot. During this period I had the occasion to fly a variety of multi-engine aircraft. Many of the [...]
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This is cool technology. Basically you attach the iPhly actuator to your iPhone, down load the program, and then what you see is a visual slope indicator. By tipping the phone the plane responds with control movements. Holding the phone level makes the plane fly level. Moving your finger up and down the screen controls [...]
RevLectric continues to develop what the user demands in electronics for the RC industry. Here is their newest: In addition to all the great features found in the original Cellpro 10s charger, the new Cellpro 10xp adds multi-chemistry charging capability, much higher charging power and automatic charge/discharge-to-storage cabability. With support for up to 15A max [...]
I love it when a plan comes together. Yesterday I spent the day at the Southbury Flying field and we shot pix and video for three airplanes! We flew the ParkZone Spitfire Mk. IX, the Flyzone FW-190 and the awesome Bandit from Precision Aerobatics! And i didn’t hurt any of them in the process. Here [...]
Ayhab Khalil of Missassaga came out for Huckfest hosted by the Flying Tigers of Hamilton on Saturday Oct 01 2011. Ayhab was flying a TREX 700 Nitro with V-bar fiberless system running 30% Nitro 20% oil sure made this machine run great. Hucking at Huckfest is not just for Giant Scale 3D monsters but everyone who [...]